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Barclaycard scraps free spending overseas on credit card: will you be affected?

The Barclaycard Platinum Cashback Plus credit card will no longer offer fee-free spending and cash withdrawals abroad. Find out which cards are best to take abroad.

Nine tips for saving money on your summer holiday in 2019

A trip abroad can quickly blow through your budget. Which? shares 9 tips for avoiding rip-off card fees, poor currency exchange rates and expensive train travel.

Mastercard loyalty scheme scrapped: can you still claim your points?

A loyalty scheme for earning rewards with Mastercard has been withdrawn, leaving customers with no way to redeem their points.

Parents pay £6bn towards helping children buy a home

Parents are expected to pay out billions of pounds to help their children buy a home. Which? explains how you can help your child purchase a property.

Revealed: how your credit score measures up in every UK region

Your credit score can be the deciding factor in whether you buy a home or get a loan. But how good is your score compared to other people in your local area?

HMRC refunds parents after scrapping 6,000 child benefit fines

HMRC is paying back nearly £2m to parents after wiping 6,000 child benefit penalty fines.

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New chart-topping instant-access rate launched as savings battle heats up

Savers looking for the option to withdraw cash freely now have even more choice, as Nottingham Building Society has upped the rate on its Beehive online saver.

Revealed: areas where house prices are rising despite Brexit uncertainty

Brexit anxiety continues to hit the housing market. But new figures from the UK House Price Index show some regions are feeling the effect more than others.

Revealed: savers with small deposits miss out on the best savings rates

UK savers with less than £1,000 saved up would be excluded from nearly half of all savings accounts and cash Isas, new Which? research has found

Nine self-employed mortgage myths busted

Almost three-quarters of self-employed home-buyers fear it will be harder to get a mortgage because of their employment status - but is this really the case?

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